Haines

Jul 29, 2019 - National Geographic Sea Bird


Today we woke up next to the quaint town of Haines – the adventure capital of Southeast Alaska. We got an early start to make the most of our day, packing our lunches and heading out to a day filled with opportunity. After a full day of fly fishing, rafting, cycling, hiking, and exploring town, we returned to the ship for appetizers an evening recap by our multi-talented bartender. We enjoyed views of the majestic peaks along the Lynn Canal through the dining room windows and the bow of the ship as we steamed south towards Stevens Passage.
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Julia Huggins

Naturalist

Julia grew up skiing, camping, and climbing in the mountains of Wyoming and sailing, sea kayaking, and tide pooling along the coast of Maine. She studied biology and environmental studies at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. As an undergraduate, she studied fungal ecology and soil chemistry in the Pacific Northwest old growth forests. Her work focused on how symbiotic relationships between trees, mushrooms, and soil bacteria drive ecosystem-level processes. This research in microbial ecology has brought her to remote corners of the world, including the rainforests of New Zealand, Patagonia, Ecuador, and Alaska.

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